Thursday, March 5, 2015

Buffalo Chicken Pizza

A while back I shared with you guys my Buffalo Chicken Dip recipe. This is one of my favorite dips, and when we have some left-over, Lee and I like to use the leftovers and make it into pizza! Here's how I make it:

1 pizza crust
leftover buffalo chicken dip
1 cup mozzarella cheese
Frank's Buffalo Sauce to drizzle
Ranch dressing to dip

Start by pre-heating your oven to whatever temperature your crust tells you to cook it on. My favorite pizza crust to use for homemade pizza is very similar to Imo's Pizza crust, and I buy it at Schnuck's.

If you don't have a Schnuck's in your area, use any type of pizza crust. It can be homemade, dough found in your biscuit section, or a pre-made crust. All will work! Just be sure to follow the baking instructions that come with your pizza crust.

Start by drizzling buffalo sauce on your crust.

Take your left over buffalo chicken dip and spread a thin layer all over your pizza crust. I like a thin layer of chicken because I use a thin pizza crust. You can pile yours on as thick as you want!

Cover your pizza w mozzarella cheese.

If you use homemade or canned pizza dough, bake at whatever temp your dough calls for until your dough is fully cooked, and cheese is melted. If you are like me and you use a pre-made crust, bake for about 10-15 minutes, or until your pizza crust is crispy at the bottom, and your cheese is melted up top.

Drizzle your pizza with extra buffalo sauce if you wish, and dip in ranch dressing!

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